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Health Care Systems in Low and Middle Income Societies
4 February - 12 April 2013
Water Supply & Sanitation in Emergencies
22 April - 22 May 2013
22 April 2013 - 21 June 2013
Health in Emergencies and Refugee Health
6 weeks online + 2 weeks campus
22 April 2013 - 14 June 2013
Health and Diseases in Low- and Middle-Income Communities
26 August - 13 December 2013
13 January - 24 January 2014
THE MASTER'S PROGRAMME INCLUDES A 4½-WEEK FIELD TRIP
To get valuable hands on experience and put the theories into practice, the Master of International Health students are spending over a month at the end of their first semester in a low-income community in Thailand.
Here they get a chance to explore innovative methods for addressing a wide range of global health issues. They also follow local health care workers and learn how primary health care is practised in rural districts.
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Master of International Health
STUDY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The Master of International Health focuses on public health issues in low and middle income societies, and includes a broad range of theory within public health, medicine, epidemiology, anthropology, political science, management, organization, and the studies of climate change.
We have continuous enrolment, so if you wish to apply for the academic year 2013-2014 we recommend you apply as early as possible.
Still few seats available for the batch starting in September 2013.
Please contact email@example.com if you want to apply.
FLEXIBLE SPRING SEMESTER
Even though the Master of International Health is a one year full-time study programme it has some flexibility built into its structure.
The first four months - the core module - has to be taken in one go, but the following eight months - the advanced module and thesis module - can be spread out over several years, making it possible for you to alternate between studying and working, and thereby keeping in close connection with your professional job.
The only rule is that you have to finish the programme within three years.